5:48 AM EDT, Mon April 19, 2021
Amazin Avenue 7 hours ago
Mets get back on track with a wild win over the Rockies

Mets get back on track with a wild win over the Rockies

Photo by Matthew Stockman/ The offense was stagnant once again but they did just enough to eke out a win. One day after splitting a doubleheader, the Mets needed a win to take the series from the lowly Rockies. The Mets sent Marcus Stroman to the mound, while the Rockies countered with Antonio Senzatela. Offense was once again hard to come by, with both pitchers at the top of their game, but the Mets did just enough to walk away with the win. They scratched the first run across in the second inning after back-to-back hits by Pete Alonso and Michael Conforto set up...
New York Post 8 hours ago

James McCann shows off big arm Mets signed him for

DENVER — James McCann was signed by the Mets in part because of the big arm he possesses behind the plate. That arm unleashed a strike to Francisco Lindor with two outs in the ninth inning Sunday at Coors Field. Trevor Story, attempting to steal second base, was out and the Mets (following a replay...
New York Post 11 hours ago
Marcus Stroman dazzles as Mets win nail-biter

Marcus Stroman dazzles as Mets win nail-biter

DENVER — As electric as the Jacob deGrom show was a day earlier, the methodical approach Sunday of his rotation-mate might have been just as impressive. Marcus Stroman dazzled, in an efficient manner, carrying the Mets on a day their lineup chose Rocky Mountain hibernation over a Coors Field explosion. Eight innings, three hits allowed,...
Amazin Avenue 11 hours ago
Final Score: Mets 2, Rockies 1-The Stro show on the road

Final Score: Mets 2, Rockies 1-The Stro show on the road

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports Marcus Stroman was excellent once again and got the Mets back on track. The Mets defeated the Rockies 2-1 to take the series in Colorado. Shockingly enough, runs were once again at a premium in the final game at Coors. The Mets offense never really clicked but they got enough hits to scratch out a couple of runs. Their two runs came on a groundout by Jeff McNeil in the second and a RBI hit by J.D. Davis that was set up by a Rockies error in the fourth. That was all Marcus Stroman needed who was brilliant in eight innings. He outpitched...
New York Daily News 14 hours ago
Mets shortstop Francisco Lindor needs just one swing to put him in the zone

Mets shortstop Francisco Lindor needs just one swing to put him in the zone

Francisco Lindor hasn’t yet shown his new fan base everything he has to offer.